The Tennessee Titans are inching closer to trading down from the top pick in the draft. Or at least, they really want other teams to believe they are.
The Titans have received a "definite solid offer" for the top pick, a source told Peter King of The MMQB, who added that the Titans could be convinced to pull the trigger on a trade if the offer is sweetened.
A week ago, King pegged a Titans trade at 50-50.
With each leak of news about the Titans approaching a trade, it becomes more clear that first-year general manager Jon Robinson is doing everything in his power to coax the best possible offer he can get out of his peers.
It remains unclear which team would move up in a trade, with the San Francisco 49ers, Philadelphia Eagles, and New York Jets all rumored to have interest. Most agree the compensation won't approach the three first-round picks Washington Redskins gave the St. Louis Rams to trade up forRobert Griffin III in 2012.